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    Snow Falling on Bluegrass

    This was so great! Just the kind of hilarity I needed.
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    Great ensemble of characters!

    Snow Falling on Bluegrass is the third book in the Bluegrass series by Molly Harper. While I have read several of Harper's other books, I had not had the pleasure of books 1 or 2 in this series. While I would recommend ideally reading this series in order (for the sake of no spoilers) I had no problems following the characters or the story without having read the previous books and feel that this book is definitely a standalone. I found this book to be funny, inventive, and the chemistry to be sizzling. I think a reader can determine fairly quickly if the author's humor is for her/him. If its for you, you will love the book. It is definitely for me and I will be reading books 1 and 2 in the future. I love the characters in this book. It really is an ensemble cast of characters as the reader gets to watch how everyone interacts (mostly comically). This book is mostly in a workplace setting, which really seems to work well in the way that Parks & Recreation or the Office does. I could easily imagine being friends with the protagonist Kelsey who is funny, capable, and like the rest of the characters does not conform to a "type" of character. Additionally, and charmingly, the reader gets a sense of a real, tangible setting, and not just a generic background. I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
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